Letters

Letters: The true state of Oxbridge admissions

28 May 2022 9:00 am

Applying myself Sir: It was interesting to read David Abulafia’s rather damning critique of the Oxbridge admissions process (‘Who’s out’,…

Letters: Banning Russia’s culture only benefits Putin

21 May 2022 9:00 am

Don’t ban Russia’s culture Sir: It is uncouth, illiterate and actually beneficial to Putin when theatres, opera houses and other…

Letters: What happened to hymns in schools?

14 May 2022 9:00 am

Disarming by default Sir: Underpinning Rod Liddle’s amusing article on use of nuclear weapons last week is the reassurance provided…

Letters: an artist’s work shouldn’t be judged by how he leads his life

7 May 2022 9:00 am

Wrong is right Sir: Having spent most of my working life in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), I never pass up an…

Letters: Workshy Whitehall has its benefits

30 April 2022 9:00 am

In check Sir: Jade McGlynn (‘Conflict of opinion’, 23 April) has a point that there are many reasons for popular…

Letters: The hard truth about soft power

23 April 2022 9:00 am

Soft ground Sir: We have heard much over the years from the overseas aid lobby about the value of soft…

Letters: The Scottish government must be held to account

16 April 2022 9:00 am

Backward devolution Sir: Thanks for once again highlighting the many issues with government in Scotland (‘Sturgeon’s secret state’, 9 April).…

Letters: The revelation that could force Boris to resign

9 April 2022 9:00 am

The lie’s the thing Sir: Your leading article (‘Partygate’s hangover’, 2 April) maintains that if the Prime Minister receives a…

Letters: To achieve net zero, we need to go nuclear

2 April 2022 9:00 am

Nuclear future Sir: It is refreshing to see Martin Vander Weyer note that, properly and fully costed, nuclear power is…

Letters: We’re all still paying for the financial crash

26 March 2022 9:00 am

Don’t blame the banks? Sir: Kate Andrews struggles to disentangle the causes of the developing cost-of-living crisis (‘Cold truth’, 19…

Letters: Ukraine’s perpetual struggle against Russia

19 March 2022 9:00 am

Two Russias? Sir: I have been turning Owen Matthews’s article (‘Putin’s rage’, 5 March) over in my mind since I…

Letters: Britain must offer immediate sanctuary to Ukrainians

12 March 2022 9:00 am

Unintended consequences Sir: The West has got it wrong when it comes to putting a stranglehold on Vladimir Putin (‘Putin’s…

Letters: How the UK should respond to Russia

5 March 2022 9:00 am

Soft options Sir: In relation to strengthening the impact of the Russian sanctions package (‘Tsar Vladimir’, 26 February), please may…

Letters: It’s time for the common cup to return to communion

26 February 2022 9:00 am

The Bull of Oman Sir: There was one significant omission in the cast of characters mentioned by Charles Moore in…

Letters: In defence of the police

19 February 2022 9:00 am

A health-care disaster Sir: Kate Andrews’s piece on who really controls the NHS (‘Waiting game’, 12 February) gives us a…

Letters: What happened to bells on bikes?

12 February 2022 9:00 am

Jesus wept Sir: Sam Dunning’s brilliant exposure of the corrupting links between Jesus College, Cambridge and the Chinese Communist party…

Letters: The Christian case for cash

5 February 2022 9:00 am

Naysayers needed Sir: I was struck by James Forsyth’s observation that in 10 Downing Street, ‘hard truths and hard choices…

Letters: The BBC licence fee is a protection racket

29 January 2022 9:00 am

Russia’s star Sir: Wolfgang Münchau is surely right to highlight the risk posed to European peace and stability by Germany’s…

Letters: Our broken civil service

22 January 2022 9:00 am

Beyond the party Sir: Rod Liddle is spot-on in arguing that the attitudes revealed by ‘partygate’ extend to senior civil…

Letters: Unfair care costs will turn the red wall blue

15 January 2022 9:00 am

Take care Sir: Your editorial (‘Counting the costs’, 8 January) makes valid points regarding the funding of social care. The…

Letters

8 January 2022 9:00 am

Welcome changes Sir: Lloyd Evans’s sympathetic piece on the fate of Afghans once they arrive in the UK made for…

How to cure what ails the NHS

18 December 2021 9:00 am

Wrong cure Sir: In referring to the UK as the highest-spending European nation in healthcare proportionate to GDP (‘Hospital pass’,…

Letters: the army should be used as an emergency service

11 December 2021 9:00 am

Flood relief Sir: In my lifetime there have been at least two major flood emergencies when the armed forces have…

How accurate is the ‘Waitrose test’?

4 December 2021 9:00 am

The Waitrose test Sir: Like Rod Liddle, I live in the north-east of England — a little further north and…

Letters: Europe’s contribution to peace

27 November 2021 9:00 am

Peace project Sir: It was heartening to read your editorial on the peace which has reigned in Europe since 1945,…